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Travel Diaries: Sao Paulo, Brazil

The largest city in the Americas, Sao Paulo (SP) is a bustling concrete jungle. The city is so jammed that its millionaires have adopted a new way of travel: by helicopter. 442 more words

Eat Well Wander Often

my wishes for you

trilingual post: english, italiano, română

for all those who have faith in Jesus, I wish you a Happy Christmas
to all the souls of all humanity I wish to have the hope alive always… 88 more words


Three weeks in Brazil – Part 1

Before I started researching for South America, I could only name one Brazilian city. After the World Cup, I could name seven. After three weeks in Brazil, I have lost count the number of cities I have visited. 526 more words


A vacation away from travelling??

“The first condition of understanding a foreign country is to smell it.”

- Rudyard Kipling

As we walked down the stairs of a narrow, gusty corridor to where the apartment was, Tom, our landlord leading the way, spoke. 602 more words


São Paulo - A View From Above

With 20 million people, São Paulo is a monster of a city.  I flew over it for over half an hour and it still kept going.


Wet wet wet

After our stint in Buenos Aires we flew to Iguazu falls. Yes, flew again! A bus would’ve taken 17hrs and would’ve cost us about £60. A flight was 1.5hrs and about £80. 500 more words

South America